May 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;May2006, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p14
Academic Journal
The article provides statistics about financial planning. One third of the newly retired return to work after 18 months. 39 percent of United States taxpayers didn't do anything to try to minimize their 2005 tax return. National Football League players have lost $42 million in financial scams since 1999. Housing prices increased 13 percent in 2005. Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan received an $8.5 million advance to write his memoir. The New York Stock Exchange operated as a nonprofit entity for 213 years before going public in March 2006.


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